Happy New Year, everyone! 2012 comes with some grim news to some teams coaching staff’s. The St. Louis Rams let go of Head Coach Steve Spagnoluo and coaching staff plus General Manager Billy Devaney. The Tampa Bay Buccs fire Raheem Morris and staff. Colts owner Jim Irsay gives the pink slips to chairman Bill Polian and GM Chris Polian. Finally, the Bears say goodbye to GM Jerry Angelo. I guess they have some 2012 resolutions to keep to.

Only 12 out of 32 teams remain to press on towards Super Bowl 46 beginning Saturday. The Wild Card Weekend begins with Cincinnati at Houston and the Detroit Lions at the New Orleans Saints. Sunday brings Atlanta to the New York Giants and the Broncos to host the Steelers. Baltimore, Greenbay, San Francisco, and New England all get the week off in preparation for next weeks games. Since neither of Steven’s teams made it to the playoffs, he chooses either the Saints of the 49’ers for the NFC and Steelers and Ravens in the AFC.

Surprise, surprise, surprise. In Week 17, Jeff looks back and finds the biggest surprise for him is Green Bay Packers QB, Matt Flynn. He’s performed so well and possibly stepped on the toes of Rodger’s shot at MVP. Steven is shocked so many teams could have been in the playoffs based on week 17 wins, but so many failed. The Cowboys, Jets, Broncos, Raiders, and Bengals all needed just one win, but failed.. yet still the Broncos and Bengals still got in.